Proshyan Wine Factory Revah Pomegranate Wine Non-Vintage, Armenia 

My Rating 81 Points.   

Price $14. 



Cheers to my first Armenian wine.
Light ruby in color with a wide reddish rim.

Sweet nose of pomegranates, spices and black pepper.

Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.

Off dry on the palate with pomegranates, spices, peppercorn, limes, herbs, citrus, black tea and earth.

Short finish with fine grained tannins and limes.

This pomegranate wine is interesting, but I’m not sure I would call it wine. Simple, but drinkable, especially if you like it sweet. Not very balanced, but it’s kosher.

12.5% alcohol by volume.

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10 thoughts on “Proshyan Wine Factory Revah Pomegranate Wine Non-Vintage, Armenia 

  1. I’ve never heard of Armenian wines. Armenian cognac, on the other hand, is truly fantastic.But this is not really wine; it sounds more like a cute dessert drink. I’ll see if I can get it and make a Sangria or Bellini with it.

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